Apple Pay is a mobile purchasing solution for iOS, available only for US and UK customers with supported iOS devices and versions. This guide explains how to integrate and configure Apple Pay with PrintIO SDK.
PrintIO SDK v1.5.0
iOS 8.0 or higher
valid credit card added in apple wallet
Creating Apple Pay certificate and merchant ID
In order to use Apple Pay on a real device, you must configure an Apple Pay Merchant ID and an Apple Pay certificate in Apple’s iOS Developer Center:
Sign in to your iOS Developer Center and create two Apple Pay Merchant IDs, one for staging/sandbox and another for production.
Please email email@example.com to obtain the CSR (certificate signing request) files for staging/sandbox and production.
Generate a new Apple Pay Certificate in Apple’s developer portal by uploading the CSR files we have provided.
Download the new Apple Pay Certificate, which you just generated, and email it back to us, firstname.lastname@example.org.
He will inform you when your merchant ID is active for using Apple Pay.
Configuration in XCode
In Xcode, enable Apple Pay under Capabilities in your Project Settings.
Then enable both Apple Pay Merchant IDs.
It is important that you compile your app with a provisioning profile for the Apple development team with an Apple Pay Merchant ID.
Configure PrintIO SDK to use Apple Pay
Public method for setting Apple Pay merchant id(s):
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